Monday, July 25, 2011


One of my favorite lines (as my son well knows) is "the only constant in life is change". Since the beginning of May my attention has been diverted from painting to a significant event that is, and will, cause drastic changes in all of our lives. Because of an initial period of adjustment and struggle I've been neglecting my painting. Slowly...very slowly,  I've begun working again. First I finished up a boatload of paintings I'd left in various stages of completedness. Now my decks are cleared and I'm ready to start fresh on fresh work. If you have been checking back here wondering what's going on, I can tell you  soon I'll posting some of this new work. Stay tuned for updates. Thanks!

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Elmira, New York, United States
In many ways I think like a photographer. The image itself is becoming more and more important to me; the actual application of paint less and less. Blasphemy in some painterly circles. I choose to paint figures and portraits because I consider them the most difficult subject.